Pinal County unoficial election results

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Unofficial election results as of Nov. 7 4:00 a.m.

Board of Supervisors

District 1 Pete Rios (R)

District 2 Cheryl Chase (R)

District 3 Stephen Miller (R)

District 4 Anthony Smith (R)

District 5 Todd House (R)

County Attorney Lando Voyles (R)

Sheriff Paul Babeu (R)

County Treasurer Dolores Doolittle (D)

County School Superintendent Jill Broussard (R)

County Recorder Virginia Ross (R)

County Assessor Douglas Wolf (R)

FUSD Override No

CUSD Override No

Oracle Fire District Bud Bristow, Ellie Brown, John Doran, Manuel Navarro, Charlotte Poole, Bob Roszko

US Senator Jeff Flake (R)

Congressional District 1 Jonathan Paton (R)

Congressional District 3 Raul Grijalva (D)

Congressional District 4 Paul Gosar (R)

State Senator District 8 Joe Ortiz (R)

State Senate District 11 Al Melvin (R)

State Senate District 16 Rich Crandall (R)

State Representative District 8 Frank Pratt (R) Thomas Shope (R)

State Representative District 11 Steve Smith (R) Adam Kwasman (R)

State Representative District 16 Doug Coleman (R) Kelly Townsend (R)

Prop 114 Yes

Prop 115 No

Prop 116 No

Prop 117 Yes

Prop 118 No

Prop 119 Yes

Prop 120 No

Prop 121 No

Prop 204 No

Copper Area News Publishers  is currently compelling a more in-depth look at the General Election , check back soon for more information

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